In-home healthcare agency joins Fort Lee Business District

FORT LEE, NJ–– The Business District Alliance (BDA) of Fort Lee, joined by Mayor Mark Sokolich and Fort Lee council members, celebrated the opening of Home Helper’s, a leading home healthcare agency for Bergen and Hudson counties, on December 21st, 2016 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The in-home healthcare agency provides compassionate caregivers to seniors, new moms and people recovering from hospital visits.

Home Helpers specializes in helping clients with Alzheimer’s and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) and serves the following areas: Fort Lee, Paramus, Leonia, Edgewater, Cliffside Park, Palisades Park, Ridgefield, Fairview, North Bergen, West New York, Weehawken, Maywood, Hasbrouck Heights, Lodi, Clifton, S. Hackensack and Teterboro.

Franchise owner, Doug Feltman commented, “I purchased a franchise from Home Helpers which covers a territory in Southern Bergen County including Fort Lee. Our rapid growth has allowed the company to move to a larger office on 212 Whiteman Street and we are so proud to participate in the business success of Fort Lee.”

Fort Lee BDA Executive Director, Stuart Z. Koperweis, added, “It’s wonderful to see a health-care provider that has so much empathy and kindness for it’s patients. We’re thrilled to have Home Helpers join our thriving business district and know that they will be a great service to our community.”

About the Fort Lee Business District Alliance:

The Business District Alliance of Fort Lee (BDA) is a non-profit organization, in partnership with the Borough of Fort Lee, to revitalize and promote the Main Street Shopping Corridor. The BDA’s objective is to create a vital community environment where people shop and live and where retailers grow and thrive. The BDA programs focus on Marketing and Promotions, including digital branding, social media applications and special events; safety, beautification and way-finding, including streetscape and storefront improvements to signage.

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